7 Nisan 2010 Çarşamba

First Five Minutes of Exit Through The Gift Shop - Peter’s Favorite Movie of Sundance 2010

First Five Minutes of Exit Through The Gift Shop - Peter’s Favorite Movie of Sundance 2010: "

Exit Through The Gift Shop

My favorite movie from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival was a documentary titled Exit Through The Gift Shop. While the project was being touted as a feature film by the street artist Banksy, the film actually no credited director. The film starts out as a documentary by a video camera-obsessed Frenchman named Thierry Guetta. With a love for street art, and connections into the scene, Thierry sets out to capture the most elusive street artists Banksy.

Of course, the film becomes something much different, and much more elaborate. I don’t want to give any more away, and I suggest that you don’t read much more about the project — this is the type of film that is much better if you go into it without knowing anything about it).

The sad fact is that for many everyday cinema-goers, a documentary is a hard sell. People are willing to watch documentary features on tv or dvd, but few will pay the full ticket price to see a doc on the big screen. This is why they have released the first five minutes of Exit Through The Gift Shop online. If you think you might be interested, watch it. If you don’t think this is something you should see on the big screen, watch it. I can’t recommend this movie any more highly. And if you don’t want to just take my word for it, the film is currently 100% on Rotten Tomatoes with 19 rated reviews filed thus far. See it as soon as you can.

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